Tradition has it that 200 years ago, a chimney sweep saved the life of King George II by stopping his runaway horse and carriage. The King issued a Royal Decree that chimney sweeps are bringers of luck and should be treated with the greatest of respect. So started the tradition; and because sweeps are lucky, couples would arrange to meet the sweep at their wedding.
Today, seeing a chimney sweep on your wedding day is still a lucky omen and many couples choose to have them attend their wedding for a handshake for the groom and a lucky kiss for the bride.
With the power vested in him by King George II, our sweep will attend your happy day dressed in traditional sweep's costume, recite a goodwill message, kiss the bride and present the couple with a lucky horseshoe, photo in folder and open a bottle of bubbly.
* Lucky Sweep
* Real Lucky horseshoe
* Bottle of bubbly opened and served
This will be one of the first photographs they will see of themselves as
husband and wife and their first toast as a married couple.